Dwight Yoakam - Guitars Cadillacs Chords & Tabs

 

Guitars Cadillacs Chords & Tabs

Dwight Yoakam Chords & Tabs

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Guitars Cadillacs Chords

   
Guitars Cadillacs
Dwight Yoakam


Intro: 4 measure solo guitar, then 

|A        |/  E  /F#  /G#



          A                |                 E             |
Girl, you taught me how to hurt real bad and cry myself to sleep;
    |                    |                |A       |/  E  /  /  
You  showed me how this  town can shatter  dreams.
        A              |               E           |
Another lesson 'bout a naive fool that came to Babylon
    |              E7                 A        |/  E  /F#  /G#
And found that the pie don't taste so sweet,     now  it's




A           |          |E          |
   Guitars, Cadillacs,   hillbilly music
    |              |                   A        |/  E  /F#  /G#
And lonely, lonely streets that I call home.         Yeah, my     
A           |          |E          |
   Guitars, Cadillacs,   hillbilly music
       |               E7               A      |/  E  /F#  /G#
Is the only thing that keeps me hanging on.



  |A   |    |E    |    |    |    |A   |/  E  /F#  /G#  - 2xs

    Guitar solo 1st time, fiddle solo second time.




               A               |              E               |
There ain't no glamour in this tinsel land of lost and wasted lives;
    |                 |                  A       |/  E  /  /  
And painful scars are all that's left of me.
         A                  |                 E               |
Ought to thank you girl for teaching me brand new ways to be cruel
         E                 E7                A        |/  E  /F#  /G#
If I can find my mind, now I guess I'll just leave.         And its


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A           |          |E          |
   Guitars, Cadillacs,   hillbilly music
    |              |                   A        |/  E  /F#  /G#
And lonely, lonely streets that I call home.         Yeah, my     
A           |          |E          |
   Guitars, Cadillacs,   hillbilly music
       |               E7               A      |/  E  /F#  /G#
Is the only thing that keeps me hanging on.



 |A   |    |E    |    |    |    |A   |/  E  /F#  /G#  
          |A   |    |E    |    |    |    |A   |/  E  /F#  /G#  
   Guitar solo 1st time, fiddle solo second time    Aw its     




A           |          |E          |
   Guitars, Cadillacs,   hillbilly music
    |              |                   A        |/  E  /F#  /G#
And lonely, lonely streets that I call home.         Yeah, my     
A           |          |E          |
   Guitars, Cadillacs,   hillbilly music
       |               E7               A      |/  A  /G#  /F#
Is the only thing that keeps me hanging on.
       |               E7               A      |/  A  /G#  /F#
Is the only thing that keeps me holding on.
       |               E7               A      |     |     | hold
Is the only thing that keeps me holding on,     o-oo  --  ooon



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Dwight has put together the quintessential classic country song, with 2 chords no less!
   (3 if you count the E7).

Mark W. Black
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Legend:

Key: A
Meter: 4/4, swing
Tempo: quarter = 174, whoohoo!!

Unless otherwise indicated, chords start at the beginning of a measure
| indicates a new measure with the same chord.
/ indicates individual beats of a measure when needed.
If a chord lasts for less than a full measure, the slash mark (/) will indicate the different beats
    of the measure.
/D indicates a specific bass note, rather than a chord type; i.e., /F#  /G#  A - would mean play F#
   and G# as single bass notes (in the right hand of a piano or bass strings of the guitar or on
   the bass, for example) and finally an A chord.
The typesetting used doesnt allow for perfect chord placement, still chords and measures bars
   are almost exactly over the words where they occur, so you should be able to follow the words
   and thus know where the chords change.

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